Tanzania's national parks authority introduces bicycle tourism on Mount Meru

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  • Monday, 09 May 2022

DAR ES SALAAM, May 8 (Xinhua) -- The Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) on Sunday introduced bicycle tourism when 27 cyclists started their ascent to the top of the 4,566-meter-high Mount Meru in the north of the country.

The 27 cyclists, including tour operators and tourists, began their attempt to conquer Africa's fifth highest mountain which will take them three days for ascending and descending.

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